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Re: New Here - wheres the cure :-)

Postby ScottTheSculptor » Wed Mar 23, 2011 7:53 am

Uhm, this is scary . . .

Any other "crystallized" out there?

Arch nemesis, nemesises, nemesi?

:-) Yes we can have a sense of humor.
Actually childlike glee is a happy place even though I don't remember it. I adore cartoons. Pixar rules!

Will the *real* megamind please step forward . . .

We *are* the prototypical "Mad Scientist". But I get to be Grue. I'm older and I played Zork in 1984.
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found a way to see the dark stars - an epsilon ray detector.
Now we know what everything is and we can also see it, uhm when they build it :-)
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Re: New Here - wheres the cure :-)

Postby ScottTheSculptor » Wed Mar 23, 2011 4:21 pm

What's the mechanism? There is a cascade of result. *Just* the memory disconnect? We're "speeded up" because we are in constant anticipation. At extremes memories are *stored* even faster, no sorting. We are using the information in our brain literally, not taking time to sort it for social interaction. So emotion is only for that?

I *still* can't wrap my head around a mixed set of prioritized and unprioritized.

So *I* should be photographic under stress. I'm just short of it now. Yep, I went back over stressful events and they're even sharper than the rest of my memory.

I can see why they're so slow.

Temporary "read" blockage? I don't think *they* use the emotion part under extreme short stress. This must be in the writing part.
Temporary read block would speed them up - but not to our level. Damn! "photos" are faster than me! But less motivated. . .

What happens to unprioritized memories in a prioritizing brain? The emotion has to be attached to sort it. It wouldn't get "refreshed" and reprioritized? Al the other memories would? That means we have automatic refresh? We refresh everything or lose it. Or that we don't refresh at all? There's not much to sort, so no reason to reremember? We just crunch what's here? - that's fast.

Memories "fade" only because the others are reprioritized over those memory - *that's* "repressing". Idiots.
Functional mechanism. The memories with no emotion attached fall to the bottom of the stack.
"recalling" the bad memories in a "feeler", would this write a new priority on a memory without priority? God I hope not. I'd like psychologists even less. I don't know how strongly they can rearrange - we can't do that..

So this *is* just turning off the prioritization writing and everything follows . . .probability is high . . .

*They* can do this temporarily, were stuck. Surges will probably burn us out earlier.
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Now we know what everything is and we can also see it, uhm when they build it :-)
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Re: New Here - wheres the cure :-)

Postby DoobieDoom » Sat Mar 03, 2012 2:17 am

Wait... so do you have an issue? XD I really marveled at your... sculpting of emotion through words, I can't explain it but wow.... GG mind blown.
I suppose any of my theories cannot be counted as creditable however. I am a 17 year old, a senior in highschool. BUT Psychology is my passion! So I am looking for the general opinion and professional advice to aid it, and I hope for comments to disregard my age and creditably.
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Re: New Here - wheres the cure :-)

Postby Blunt » Sat Nov 24, 2012 4:32 am

Very illuminating, thank you for posting this. Your insights are mind blowing.
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